Our prediction for this Bundesliga match:
Following four consecutive league defeats, Hertha Berlin will be aiming to keep their survival hopes alive when they take on Stuttgart at their Olympiastadion on Matchday 31. The capital club are stuck at the bottom of the table, but Saturday’s game could be the turning point for them. With no fresh injury worries to report, Pal Dardai is unlikely to make changes to the team that fought well against Bayern Munich at the weekend. All Kevin-Prince Boateng, Marco Richter, Marton Dardai, Stevan Jovetic, and Kelian Nsona should miss out with injuries, but Tjark Ernst is likely to recover in time to face Stuttgart.
Die Schwaben, on the other hand, aim to build on a 2-1 win over Borussia M’gladbach. The visitors are eager to escape the danger zone and seeing that they will go for a win as well, we believe that there is a big value in betting on both teams to score. Atakan Karazor is banned for the visiting side.
Highlighted Team (Stuttgart):
VfB Stuttgart is a German football club from the regio Bad Canstatt. With over 44 000 members VfB Stuttgart can be considered as one of the top 10 biggest football clubs in the nation. The German football club was founded in 1912 and is playing in the Bundesliga since the very first day.
VfB Stuttgart is currently playing its home games in the Mercedes-Benz Arena which was build in 1933 and holds a capacity of 65 000 seats. The stadium is considered as one of the most impressive and modern stadiums in Germany. The club colors of VfB Stuttgart are White and Red. The VfB Stuttgart fans gave the club the nickname Die Schwaben.
VfB Stuttgart is a successful club in the Bundesliga winning the league title 5 times, the DFB Pokal 3 times and the Supercup once. The club from Bad Canstatt haven’t had any big successes in Europe yet. The club end as runner up in the Europacup II and the UEFA Cup. Important players in the history of Stuttgart are: Tomasson, Bierofka, Dunga, Elber, Gomez, Lahm, Kuranyi and Yakin.